Category Archives: 2016 VACEP

2017 Aug. 8: I live here

  I know this place I live here Where dresses wear deeper voices than suits Where tattoos and piercings are shaded in rainbow colors Where 7 closets have other shades inside of them Then come out as bubbles and feathers … Continue reading

Posted in 2016 VACEP, Androgyny, Anger, Another Approach Is Possible, Art Activism, Poem by Lebo Mashifane, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

2016 June 11: United Queer Nations

by Lerato Dumse “My name is Lindeka Qampi, I was born in 1969 and I’m a mother of four kids; I will start with my background.” These were the soft-spoken words used by Qampi when she opened the photography-training (PhotoXP) … Continue reading

Posted in 2016 Oslo Photo XP, 2016 VACEP, Activists, Another Approach Is Possible, Article by Lerato Dumse, Camera work, Creating awareness, Displacement, Exhibition, Experience, Expression, Friendships, From Cape Town to Oslo, From Johannesburg to Oslo, History Museum of Oslo, Homophobia laws, Human Rights defenders, Immigration, Inkanyiso media, Kunstplass, Life, Lindeka Qampi and Zanele Muholi, Participants, Photography, Photography skills, PhotoXP, Political freedom, Power of the Voice, Relationships, Self presentation, South Africa, United Queer Nations, Visual activism, Visual history, We Are You, We Care, We Still Can with/out Resources, Writing is a Right | 1 Comment